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  • FT Adviser
    Asean stocks can compete with China's
    By Eunice Ngat-Chin Lim

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2011

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  • Financial Times
    FDI: Lots of money, less know-how

Same article in Mandarin in Chinese Press:

Caijing.com.cnFinance.ifeng.comSina.com.cn,
96369.netSme.gov.gn

  • Integrating Global Society
    IGS study warns that excessive government interference will impede rural poverty relief in China

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  • GEP research helps highlight FTA benefits  
    by Chris Milner
    Pioneering research in the field of the modelling of trade policy has been used to support the setting up of a major Free Trade Agreement between the EU and South Korea.

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In the news

2008/09

June

Reports written by or quoting GEP's Professor Shujie Yao

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2007/08

March

  • Nottingham Evening Post:
    "What does the future hold after Capital One's job cuts?" by GEP's Dr Peter Wright
  • The House Magazine:
    No Stopping the Orient Express by GEP's Professor Shujie Yao
  • The Analyst:
    Cover Story - GEP's Dr Arijit Mukherjee discusses China's trade surplus

February

  • The Observer:
    China Buys Its Future From America
  • The Scotsman:
    New Havens For Your Cash Emerging

December

November

  • allAfrica.com: New Vision (Kampala):
    Commonwealth Exports Fetch $225b
  • African Press Agency:
    Intra-Commonwealth trade fetches $225 billion
  • allAfrica.com:
    The Monitor (Kampala) Investments Go On Show As CHOGM Starts
  • The African Executive:
    Commonwealth: Secretariat Should Support Members
  • NEWS.com.au:
    'Boost needed' to Commonwealth trade links

October

  • Investment Adviser:
    Chinese housing market in danger of undergoing sub-prime crash

August

  • Wigan Evening Post:
    Big boys kill starters

July

April

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  • Nottingham Evening Post:
    Private sector comes top for creating jobs
  • The Daily Telegraph:
    Jobs roller coaster
  • Financial Times:
    'Exporting proves a spur to improved productivity'
 

Briefings

2009

November

  • Trade costs differences there to be exploited
    by Chris Milner, David Greenaway and Danny McGowan
    Economists have shed new light on how trade costs shapea country’s export patterns, highlighting opportunities forgovernments to help boost exports.
  • Investing abroad doesn't mean fewer jobs at home
    by Alexander Hijzen, Sebastien Jean and Thierry Mayer
    Firms that set up production facilities in foreign countries arelikely to boost employment back home rather than damage it,new research has revealed.
  • Don't bank on a falling pound to boost exports
    by Richard Kneller and David Greenaway
    The pound’s record lows will not necessarily help Britain’seconomic recovery by boosting exports, according to newresearch
  • British workers and the effects of global crisis
    by Peter Wright and Richard Upward
    The average Briton who loses his job because his firm closesdown is still feeling the impact even after five years, newresearch has uncovered.

March

  • Partnerships crucial to sustaining China's boom
    by Zhihong Yu, Alessandria Guariglia and David Greenaway
    Foreign and domestic firms in China need to work in partnership if the country's economic boom is to continue in the face of the worldwide financial crisis, new research has shown.
  • Head of CWE programme visits China
    by Professor Shujie Yao
    The Economist who suggested the credit crunch has given China a 'once-in-a-century chance' to cement superpower status, is delivering a series of major lectures in the country.
  • Global meltdown gives China once-in-a-century chance to complete rise
    by Professor Shujie Yao
    China could now boast the world’s second-largest economy – a decade ahead of most predictions – thanks to the credit crunch, a leading Chinese economist has claimed.
 

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October

  • Ageing, births and attitudes towards immigration Evidence from two transition economies  
    by Tom Ivlevs
    Labour immigration is often proposed as a tool to ensure pension system sustainability in ageing societies but immigration often provokes controversy and tension in the host country. Ivlevs shows how attitudes towards immigrants are mellowing in parts of two European countries as older residents become more aware of pension financing problems - and see the new immigrants as key to their economic security in retirement.

July

April

  • Exchange rates and Exporting Evidence from Manufacturing Firms in the UK
    by David Greenaway, Richard Kneller and Xufei Zhang
    This is most comprehensive research of its kind into the relationship between exchange rates and exporting in the UK showing that fluctuations in exchange rates have had only a modest impact on total UK manufacturing exports and are not one of the main reasons firms enter or leave the export market.

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